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The best way to explore Singapore would be to do what the locals do. That's right, do things that are 'non-touristy'. I've compiled a list of places and things you can do in Singapore that are mostly free, other than a bottle of drink and transport fares. We do hope you will discover them useful and have fun!
1. Grab your 20 megapixel camera and head right down to Chinatown .... ok, ok, 2 million pixel is equally as good. Try taking some pictures from the old shops as well as their almost 90 degrees staircases. If you like taking pictures of seniors, there are many hanging out the wet market not doing anything.
2. Go to Bukit Timah Nature Reserve for mountain biking or walk around and smell the green. Bring a bottle of water and shades.
3. Take a ferry (cost only $2) to Pulau Ubin and explore the area. You can also rent a bicycle or worn out motocycle. Try taking a taxi if you're able to locate one, they are able to climb rough terrains better than jeeps. Explore a few of the Malay kampungs and prawn farms.
4. Visit the Changi Prison. It's free entrance for tourist and inmates. Visit the museum and chapel for some WW2 background and photos.
5. Visit the Siang Lim Si temple at Toa Payoh. Watch people get blessed. For that non-believers, you can count the amount of deities inside ... it ought to occupy you for just one hour.
6. Visit the East Coast Park for any swim and followed by satay-bee hoon in the hawker centre.
7. Take a train to Changi Airport. Buy two glasses of coffee, look for a comfortable pillar in the departure hall viewing gallery, watch planes remove and ask yourself why you are not on the plane at risk of a holiday.
8. Take a map and walk ins MacRitchie Reservoir.
9. Go Sim Lim Square and check out the most recent laptops and hardware.
10. Go jogging from Kallang River to Benjamin Sheares Bridge.
11. Have a train in the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station. You are able to go over to Malaysia and back within a day.
12. Try water skiing at Pungol.
13. Help make your own kite and fly them in the Marine South open field. Next, you'll have a delicious steamboat dinner in the many steamboat restaurant nearby.
14. Visit the Flea Market at Sungei Road. Many people called it the Thieves Market since most of the things sold there aren't bought through the merchants.
15. Go cycling at the Sembawang Park. Quiet and nice even on the weekends. Cycle to the end and you may see a few of the big ships refuelling.
16. Bring your own pit and barbeque across the Upper Pierce Reservoir. But when you are feeling oily, don't jump into the reservoir, you might end up in Point no. 4.
17. Visit the Tekka Market at Serangoon Road for any variety of vegetables and fruit. There is a stall selling one of the best Bryani Chicken Rice I've ever tasted.
18. Go fishing at Pasir Ris Park.
19. Go to the Kinokuniya Bookstore.You are dizzy after browing the library size bookstore, sit down for any cup of tea in the cafe within the bookstore. If you think a bookworm on that day, then head for the Borders bookstore for any second helping.
20. Go to the Sungei Buloh Nature Park. Bring binoculars and do watching birds. Next, you can purchase some hydroponic vegetables home in the nearby farms.